Prescott, Arizona Halfway Houses

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Our listings include
- Halfway houses
- Sober living homes
- Residential Re-entry

Many of these programs offer low-income and sliding scale payment programs.

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Re-entry Programs

Find local residential re-entry programs along with resources for employment, government aid, local services including non profit assistance.

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New Freedom House

114 East Navajo
Prescott, AZ - 86301
928.925.8188
New Freedom Recovery House is here to teach young men how to live a life free from alcohol and other mind altering substances. Our programs are limited to young men over 18 years of age. Most of our client base is in their early to mid-twenties but we have had clients range from 18 to 32 years old. New Freedom offers two programs; New Freedom IOP and New Freedom Sober Living. The tw

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Sister Peter's House of Prayer and Recovery

2108 Bullis Lane
Prescott, AZ - 86301
928-778-5427
We are a Judian Society outreach, rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition ministering to women who have successfully completed a 30-day rehabilitation program and are actively in recovery. Sister Peter's House of Prayer and Recovery assists women residents in their transition from rehabilitation to recovery by helping them overcome the obstacles to behavioral health, and assisting each woman i

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What is a Halfway House

A halfway house or sober house, is a place where people recovering from addiction begin the process of reintegration with society, while still providing monitoring and support. There are also other types of halfway houses. See below.

Sober Living Home

There are thousands of halfway houses across the US. Our goal is to provide a free online directory of all halfway houses and sober houses to those seeking recovery from addiction.

Re-entry Programs

Re-entry programs provide different types of halfway housing for those leaving prison systems. They provide housing and treatment programs, work requirement programs, curfews, etc. See our listing pages for more information.

Residential Reentry Management Centers

Residential Reentry Management Centers are another name for halfway houses. Many help with employment programs. We list non profit and private halfway houses on our listing pages.